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Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool (MRT.exe) – FAQ

Like the Microsoft Security Essentials, Windows Defender, Windows Defender Offline Tool, Microsoft Safety Scanner, and Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit, the Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool (MRT.exe) is yet another one of the many free security tools from Microsoft for Windows users. […]

Windows 8 Consumer Preview now available for download

Finally the wait is over and you can now download Windows 8 Consumer Preview or Windows 8 Beta version.You can also download Windows 8 Consumer Preview Product Guides for Business and Developers. The downloads are available for 32-bit (2.5 GB […]

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Answers to common Windows Power issues – FAQ

If you have some questions pertaining to some Windows 10/8/7 power issues or problems then this FAQ will definitely be able to help you. Microsoft has compiled an excellent resource of answers to the common questions which a Window user […]

Microsoft Windows Desktop Licensing – Details, FAQ, Information

As an MVP, I would like to take this opportunity to share some guidelines on acquiring Windows Desktop Licenses which will help protect you and your organization from piracy/usage of unlicensed software, and the associated risks. Windows Desktop Licensing 1. […]

Microsoft Default Manager in Windows 7 – FAQ

Microsoft Default Manager sets search defaults on your browser and notifies you when other programs attempt to change these settings. You can also opt in or out of a program which allows Microsoft to collect additional information about your system […]

Windows 7 SP1 & Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 – FAQ

Here are some answers to frequently asked questions a user may want to know before installing Windows 7 Service Pack 1 & Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1. Windows 7 SP1 FAQ Q. What is Windows 7 SP1? A. […]

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Browser Choice Update – FAQ

Microsoft is providing the Browser Choice update to comply with a legal settlement with the European Commission. Microsoft is required to inform customers who currently use Internet Explorer as their default browser that there are other web browser choices available. […]

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Windows 7 FAQ & Tips for Beginners

If you have registered for the Windows 7 Meetup, you may have downloaded the excellent Windows 7 FAQ & Tips Word document from Microsoft. If you haven’t, you can always download it from the link mentioned at the end of […]